It has been a long journey to clean up the Manila’s Pasig River, a waterway many dismissed as too polluted to sustain life - and a breeding ground for disease. In less than a year, an ADB-supported project transformed Estero de Paco, an estuary of the river, for the better.
-Asian Development Bank
I never thought it possible. But. Wow.
Lord, please take away my fears.
If you’re a Filipino and a holder of Philippine passport who likes traveling and exploring the beauty of the world, but hates the visa requirement to some countries, frown no more for you can still go to wonderful places without hassle-visa-appointments.
The list of countries below doesn’t…
All I can say is that, I hope no one abuses these privileges.
Let us not forget the Anti-Epal Bill.
Politico tarps are quite the eyesore.
More art instead of tarps!
these tarps and banners publicly flaunt how our leaders build their political dynasties and how we openly (uncounsciously?) accepted it for a very long time. Thanks to social sites, we can voice now our sentiments and document our insights collectively.
another one of my farmland shoots. this time its from Northern Luzon. And I believe there could be more. If only our government will prioritize the agriculture industry not only are we going to have beautiful views, a lot will be given jobs and foods, too. Industrial revolution and knowledge-based economy are the way to move forward, yes. But, hey, people need to eat to, don’t you think?